Gralien Report correspondent Marvin Bishop has sent us the following video, featuring Latin American Ufologist and television personality Jaimie Maussan interviewing a gentleman who videotaped a bright-orange UFO recently. In the video, the object appears by itself for a while, as the camera apparently struggles to focus on the glowing orange orb. After a while, the “craft” begins to release other smaller orbs, some of which dance around the craft, while others appear to hover in a solid line along with the the primary UFO in question. See below:

Regardless of my personal feelings toward the way that Maussan goes about coverage of such news (often opting for the sensational), this video is fascinating. Are these colored globes actually the alien by-product of extraterrestrial craft in our atmosphere, or could this be an example of a bizarre plasma manifestation similar in nature to ball lightning? If the latter were the case, does the mostly clear sky (or rather, the lack of weather systems conducive to lighting) apparent in the background of the video indicate otherwise? Whatever the circumstances, this odd appearance shares a few unique characteristics with other UFOs witnessed in recent years.

For instance, during the UFO flap in Stephenville, Texas last year, a variety of UFOs were described in the vicinity, some of which emitted similar-looking colored balls of light. One individual contacted LEMUR investigator and Gralien Report correspondent Mobius with his unique story:

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Author: Micah Hanks

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